Using accessible technology to improve the health and wellbeing of people with learning disabilities

Midlands
Run by Hft, a charity providing services for people with learning disabilities in England. Project to be piloted in two populations of 20 people with learning disabilities –in Gloucestershire and Bradford. Aiming to improve communication and care quality, and enable people with learning di...

Surviving major surgery: protocolised pathways to meet individual need

Yorkshire and the Humber
In this project, a team at York Teaching Hospital has developed a perioperative medical service to deliver a suite of interventions aimed at improving surgical outcomes and reducing complications.

Developing and implementing nurse-led beds for end-of-life patients within a hospice inpatient unit

Yorkshire and the Humber
This project from St Gemma’s Hospice involves developing and piloting a nurse-led service that offers end-of-life care to dying patients with generalist palliative care needs within a hospice environment.

Reducing inequalities in care for people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: implementation of an innovative community-based and specialist supported integrated care pathway in East Yorkshire

Yorkshire and the Humber
This innovative project from Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust brings together GPs and liver specialists through an e-consult clinic, as part of an IT-based integrated care pathway for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).

SmartCareCF: Improving the delivery and quality of care for people with cystic fibrosis

London
SmartCareCF is a pilot project run by the Cystic Fibrosis Trust which aims to address the problems with delivering health services for the growing number of cystic fibrosis patients. It will use smart technologies to provide safe, home-based management of cystic fibrosis.